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Oct 2, 2012 7:00am EDT
samsung, a great picture and great high-end features like the ability to control it with hand movements and gestures. >> oh, really. >> super. >> 3-d glasses, too. >> and 3-d glasses. >> let's move over here, talking about e-readers here, so this is the ipad. >> this is the tablet. >> and some other ones. >> the ipad 3. got the best display we've seen on the tablet. really super great, surprisingly long battery life, but a little less expensive is the nexus, the nexus, the google nexus 7. also some great features, really durable screen, and surprisingly lightweight. >> and this from barnes & noble, right, the nook. >> only $100. >> and it's one of the best e-readers we've tested. really great display, really easy to use, fast page turners, if you've got a page turner. >> let's talk cameras here. advanced camera, advanced nikon. >> slr camera. >> popular with shutterbugs as well. >> a lot of great feefs, takes really great pictures and really good video, but it's surprisingly lightweight and could be great for travel. >> this has gps and preservable. >> waterproof. real point a
NBC
Oct 3, 2012 4:00am EDT
mostly flat. apple and samsung's bitter patent battle goes on. a temporary sales ban against the galaxy tab 10.1 which a jury recently found did not infringe on any apple patents has been lifted. meanwhile, samsung has now added the iphone 5 to its original filing against apple. >>> new sales figures show a recovery in the american beer budget. shipments are up for the first time since 2008 thanks to the popularity of craft brews. >>> watch out, mini cooper. "the wall street journal" reports nissan is bringing back the datsun. it will go for 3,000 bucks for a whole car. >>> finally, rome is cracking down on snacking. that's right. a new law banning eating near the city's historical sites carries a fine of up to $650. i would go broke there. >>> well, coming up, triple crown cabrera. the most famous second plate appearance in history. and man hue on a role. one yankee plays hero twice in one night. your early morning sports headlines are straight ahead. >>> we've had a very good run of summer temperatures from the summer through the fall. things are about to change. your early morning fo
NBC
Oct 2, 2012 4:30am PDT
small victory for samsung in its ongoing feud with apple and a first for google. seema mody has that and the rest of your news before the bell. she is live at cnbc world headquarters this morning. good morning, seema. >> reporter: very good morning to you. a lot of tech news but first take a look at the markets. futures higher after stocks closed mostly to the upside monday but well off their highs. investors reacted positively to data showing the u.s. manufacturing sector grew unexpectedly last month but that was tempered by comments from fed chairman ben bernanke speaking about the fed's new stimulus measures. >>> european markets are mixed this morning. the dow rising 78 points in yesterday's trade and the nasdaq slipping about two points to close at 3113. >>> and google has come a long way from its humble beginnings as a tiny search engine. it's now passed microsoft to become the world's second most valuable tech company behind apple. google stock closed at an all-time high of $761 a share on monday. it's now the dominant force in online advertising with two-thirds of the u.s. se
NBC
Oct 3, 2012 6:00am PDT
world. this is unusual. new data show not only is samsung selling a heck of a lot of phones, apple isn't slowing it down. not only did samsung see sales spike after the introduction out iphone 5. apparently all the talk about how similar samsung phones are to i-phones was actually free advertising for samsung because people said, i'll just buy a samsung. >> thank you, scott. >>> a ton of action on the waterfront this week. it's the start of fleet week. today marks the start of qualifying races for round of two the america's cup world series. >>> a lot of action out there. we are live on the bay. he has more for us this morning. captain, take it away. >> reporter: good morning. just off pier 30 where some of the catamarans are moored. you'll see 11 more of these out here out on the bay, near alcatraz, near the golden gate. first round of qualifying for the america's cup world series, which is actually back for a second time this year. in august, it was out here. now it's back, coinciding with fleet week. out there on the water, john craig. we were talking about this earlier. you're
NBC
Sep 26, 2012 6:00am PDT
southern california's hid global. the company says the technology can be added to samsung's new smart phones. no, not iphone, because it lacks a chip you need to tap that door. >>> the president of mexico at the nasdaq this morning. markets have been relatively stable despite the fact that we're so worried about what's going on in europe. here's a look at what wall street is looking at. that is athens. 50,000 people protesting in athens. there have been fires and injuries and tear gas. molotov cocktails all over the concern over greece's new budget and the austerity there. similar situation in spain as well. john and laura. >> all right, something to watch. thank you very much. also, watching the skies this morning. want to check the forecast for meteorologist christina loren. >> good morning, john and laura. highs today are going to be in the upper 80s. inland, 70s, bay side, 60s at the coast, and we speak tomorrow. want to point out the giants back tonight, 7:00, taking on the diamondbacks. cool, foggy but matt cain is going tob be on the mound so tht clears things up nicely.
NBC
Oct 2, 2012 5:00am PDT
kindle as well as any kind of tablet. for instance, the samsung galaxy tablet. there are more galaxies out there or will be. a san jose judge on monday lifted a ban on sales of the galaxy 10 put in place after apple complained it violated patents in that now landmark trial. the tablet one of the few gadgets the south bay jury said was not in violation. >>> apple, meanwhile, has sold more than 80 million ipads and the talk is the ipad mini will be introduced two weeks from now in yet another apple event in san francisco. save the date, october 17th. >>> shares in google hit another all-time high on monday pushing the company above microsoft in market capitalization. there was a time back in the '90s when mike ocrosoft was thet valuable company in the world. it lent money to apple to help apple stay out of bankruptcy. >> that's wild to think of apple in bankruptcy. >> and microsoft as the biggest company. >> look how quickly things can change too. same thing when it comes to the forecast. really hot but cool is coming. >> straight from summer to winter by the end of the week. good mornin
NBC
Sep 26, 2012 5:00am PDT
easily added to any new samsung smart phone. unfortunately, not the iphone because the iphone 5 lacks that new chip technology. those who tested it liked it because it allows them to open doors, log on to a computer, buy large in the cafeteria with something they carry with them every day. >> i'm always calling security, i forgot my badge. no, really, this is laura. i anchor the morning news. >>> 5:56. let's check in with christina loren. no problems with her identification i hope. >> no, i just hand out head shots everywhere i go. temperatures are looking good. we got 89 degrees. 69 degrees at the coast. it's been abnormally warm and so you're probably wondering why are the leaves still changing colors? it's because it has more to do with the daylight. the amount of daylight. our autumn days grow shorter. there's chemical changes. that's what makes the leaves change color. it's still looking like wednesday. it's still looking like good news for oakland. no slowing north toward the plaza. another live look outside. how things are shaping up. across the bay, 101, a little lighter volum
NBC
Oct 2, 2012 5:00am EDT
phone wars between apple and samsung takes another nasty turn. >>> also ahead, crossing the line. the incident that has one police officer in hot water this morning. "and what's your name?" "oh, it's flo." "and what do you do?" "oh, i sell insurance like no one else." "oh, that's nice." "thank you." now, that's progressive. call or click today. >>> welcome back apparently, looking at photos and videos of cute, fuzzy baby animals can help improve your productivity. see, aaron? a team of researchers at hiroshima university recently conducted a study where they showed university students pictures of baby animals before completing board games and puzzles. those who saw the pictures were more attentive to detail than those who were not. one reason for the improvement, people tend to slow down when talking to babyanimals, and that could translate into your work performance. come on. it just improves your mood. i can imagine that would improve efficien efficiency. >> first of all, why are you talking to animals? they're not going to respond. what's the point in that? >> but they're so cute.
NBC
Sep 26, 2012 6:00am EDT
think they actually have. >>> if you want to carry around an iphone or samsung galaxy or some other cell phone are you know your cell phone is going to be big. "the wall street journal" reports that families across america have been cutting back on food, clothes and entertainment budgets to make room for that ever higher phone bill. and now the carriers are betting they can push that bill even higher. >>> i don't want to alarm anybody but it may be time to start hoarding bacon. maybe start that bacon shelf in the freezer. here's why. britain's national pig association says a worldwide bacon shortage is unavoidable. the summer's drought left farmers with left corn and soybean seed to give their herds. the number of slaughtered pigs could drop by 10% doubling the price of pork next year. bacon lovers in the u.s., we don't have to panic just yet. america's pork supply actually reached a record last month. u.s. hog farmers have been reducing their herds due to higher feed costs but the situation isn't quite as bad in the u.k.-- >> than the u.k. >> i wonder how the turkeys are doing, tur
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